A SIZE TO MATCH THE JOB AND TOOL
The Handi Disc is such an amazing tool we know you’ll want it for every job! To help, we make the Handi Disc in 4″, 4.5″, 7″, and 10″ diameters to fit a variety of tools.
-Use on bench grinder, hand-held grinder, table saw, compound miter saw
-Available Arbor Set lets you mount Handi Disc on hand drill – It’ll become your go-to tool!
-Handi Disc can be left stiff for perfectly straight cuts
-Use both sides for sanding!
-Bend to create a flexible wheel that’s perfect for sanding and grinding
-Sharpen axes, hoes, lawnmower blades, shovels, chisels, and more
-Safest grinding wheel you can buy – it won’t shatter or fly apart
Construction: Fiberglass Mesh Base
Abrasive: Silicon Carbide and Diamond
Size: 3″, 4″, 4-1/2″, 7″ or 10″
Arbor Hole: 1/2″
Maximum RPM: Arbor-3,600RPM; Wheel-10,000
-Flex Handi Disc to crack stiffening resin until supple for optimum sanding and grinding. Note that “flexed” discs will not cut a perfectly straight line
-Use Handi Disc to sand wood, fiberglass, body filler for a medium-grit finish. The Handi Disc will remove thick copper-based bottom paint
-Mount Handi Disc on hand drill (with arbor supplied) or hand-held grinder. Always use supplied rubber pressure washer
-Remember that BOTH sides of the Handi Disc may be used
-Use the Handi Disc to sharpen axes, hoes, shovels, chisels, even lawn mower blades! Disconnect spark plugs and remove any fuel before proceeding.
-Be sure sparks are going away from sharp edge of blade and take the same number of strokes on either side. Knock any burrs off the back of the blade with the back of the Handi Disc to ensure balance
-Use rubber washers supplied with arbor for all flange applications. Flanges should be at least 1/4 the size of the disc, clean and flat.
-DO NOT use the Handi Disc for furniture refinishing or other fine sanding
-DO NOT bend disc beyond 45°
-DO NOT cut arbor hole open. Check for snug fit before turning power tool on. Arbor hole may be reamed by hand up to 1/4″ larger, using a rat-tail file.
TIPS & TRICKS
Don’t excessively tighten the mounting screw
Bring wheel into contact with work carefully
Use light pressure when cutting. Let the wheel do the work
Open cut in tubing so Handi Disc does not bind
TILE, MARBLE, SLATE
Tape glazed side to minimize chipping
Cut on grout lines for easy removal of mounted tile
Cut with shiny side up to prevent chipping
Use hammer-action where rebar or other material is present
Score circumference of brike 1/2″ and snap
Sand rough breaks with side of disc
Do NOT cut glass